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Routes to go by mountain bike in the province of La Coruña

Routes to go by mountain bike in the province of La Coruña

Galicia has traditionally been a region of a great cycling tradition, both road and Mountain Bike. Specifically, the province of La Coruña has the perfect orography to perform MTB routes of all kinds and modality. In addition, hosting the final part of the Camino de Santiago means having a daily dripping of cyclists that travels all its interior peoples to Santiago and continues beyond the city of Xacobea to Finisterre, the end of the world And end of the road, in which the bicycle has a total prominence. But not only from the Camino de Santiago live the routes of La Coruña. The province can boast a great fondness for the most radical modalities of MTB, such as enduro or descent. Local clubs adapt and care for the paths of their nearby mountains to create decreases in authentic vertigo between leafy forests. If you visit this Galician province do not forget to carry your double suspension mountain bike and look for some of these Singletracks, that they have to envy the Alps, Pyrenees or the American mountains.

Costa de A Coruña Route

Broken profile route, with multiple ups and downs, and start and end in the city of La Coruña. In spite of the pink terrain, it is a route of great beauty, since it runs by paths stuck to the steep Galician coast, leaving by us magnificent views of the Atlantic Ocean. The starting point and end is the emblematic beach of Riazor, in the center of the city. From there you have to go West-Southwest direction bordering the coast, until you reach the port of Suevos. At that point, it is time to return to La Coruña again by the coastline and then enter the interior, to face the most complicated climb of the day, at the height of mazaido, and subsequently start a rapid descent towards the city . A moderate level route, although affordable if it is done to the slow pace, enjoying the coastal landscape.
  • Difficulty: Moderate
  • Modality: XC / Trail
  • Distance: 27.3 kilometers
  • Elimming: 497 meters
  • Route type: Circular
  • Start end: Riazor Beach (La Coruña)
  • See the track of the route on Wikiloc

The end of the road: Santiago - Cabo de Fisterra

Pure Mountain Tour of long distance bike with several intermediate road sections that corresponds to the last stage of the Santiago road. Ladies and mountains of leafy forests typical of rural Galicia are traveled, with hard repeches and rapid descents. However, most paths are forest clues of good firm and great width, in which the presence of pilgrims is constant. It is a tour of pure marathon, which will test your physical resistance. But the end in the call end of the world, that thus was considered in ancient times Cape of Fisterra, will make all the effort forget. The route is linear, begins in the same Plaza del Obradoiro in Santiago and can be done or in one day (6-8 hours) or divide it into two stages and sleep in one of the hostels for pilgrims in the area. Do not forget to visit the villages of Negreira, CEE, Corcubión or the Langosteira Beach, already near Fisterra.
  • Difficulty: Difficult
  • Modality: XC / Marathon
  • Distance: 90.5 kilometers
  • Elimming: 2,010 meters
  • Route type: Linear
  • Start end: Santiago (Plaza del Oradoiro) / Faro de Finisterre
  • See the track of the route on Wikiloc

Enduro Cedeira

Galicia is one of the best regions in Spain to practice enduro and there is a whole legion of RIDERS premises that have arranged and conditioned many of the mountains to create drops of authentic vertigo. A good example is found in Cedeira, coastal town located north of A Coruña, whose mountains and forests are filled with RIDERS every weekend of adrenaline and desire to squeeze your double suspension enduro bicycles. The route of this route is an authentic tooth of Sierra hardero. It consists of five increases chained with their respective declines by Singletracks narrow and aware of forest. All descents lead to the same starting point. Thus, a circular route is created in the form of a fan, concentrated in a single area of ​​mountain on the outskirts of the town. The route accumulates 1,043 m of both positive and negative slope and the difficulty is high due to the physical and technical level it requires.
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